|Some apparently undescribed Heterocera and five species hitherto unrecorded from South Africa (Volume v. 2 (1917-20)) - Janse|
|Notes on the Psychidae and on the genera Gymnolemna and Trichocossu, with descriptions of five new species (Volume v. 3 (1919)) - Janse|
Keywords: Africa; Lepidoptera; Psychidae; entomology; moth
|The jumping bean - Emporia melanobasis, Hmpsn (Volume v. 2 (1920)) - Janse|
Keywords: Lepidoptera; Pyralidae; Phycitinae; moth; entomology; South Africa
|South African Bagworms (Volume v. 4 (1923)) - Janse|
Keywords: Lepidoptera; Psychidae; entomology; moth
|(The Letter) Y - M.I.A.J.T.G.H.|
The sixth Schall+Rauch Filter netrelease: the debut-EP of Man Invented Airplanes Just To Get High. For more info visit us on http://schall-pl.us.ms/
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|Repetitive Ambulance - M.I.A.J.T.G.H.|
This is the eight Schall+Rauch Filter netrelease, the second EP of Man Invented Airplanes Just To Get High. For more information see http://schall-pl.us.ms/
|Thermohaline mixing in low-mass giants: RGB and beyond - M. Cantiello|
Thermohaline mixing has recently been proposed to occur in low mass red giants, with large consequence for the chemical yields of low mass stars. We investigate the role of thermohaline mixing during the evolution of stars between 1 Msun and 3 Msun. We use a stellar evolution code which includes rotational mixing and internal magnetic fields. We confirm that thermohaline mixing has the potential to destroy most of the helium 3 which is produced earlier on the main sequence during the red giant s...
|The Supernova Channel of Super-AGB Stars - A. J. T. Poelarends|
We study the late evolution of solar metallicity stars in the transition region between white dwarf formation and core collapse. This includes the super-asymptotic giant branch (super-AGB, SAGB) stars, which have massive enough cores to ignite carbon burning and form an oxygen-neon (ONe) core. The most massive SAGB stars have cores that may grow to the Chandrasekhar mass because of continued shell-burning...
|Check-list of the South African Lepidoptera Heterocera - Janse, A. J. T. (Antonius Johannes Theodorus), 1879-|
|The Effects of Binary Evolution on the Dynamics of Core Collapse and Neutron-Star Kicks - Ph. Podsiadlowski|
We systematically examine how the presence in a binary affects the final core structure of a massive star and its consequences for the subsequent supernova explosion. Interactions with a companion star may change the final rate of rotation, the size of the helium core, the strength of carbon burning and the final iron core mass. Stars with initial masses larger than \sim 11\Ms that experiece core collapse will generally have smaller iron cores at the time of the explosion if they lost their enve...
|Atmospheric Fragmentation of the Gold Basin Meteoroid as Constrained from Cosmogenic Nuclides - Welten, K. C.|
Since the discovery of the Gold Basin L4 chondrite shower almost ten years ago in the northwestern corner of Arizona, many thousands of L-chondrite specimens have been recovered from an area of approx.22 km long and approx.10 km wide. Concentrations of cosmogenic 14C and 10Be in a number of these samples indicated a terrestrial age of approx.15,000 years and a large pre-atmospheric size . Additional measurements of cosmogenic Be-10, Al-26, Cl-36, and Ca-41 in the metal and stone fractions of ...
Keywords: MIR SPACE STATION; SPACECRAFT POWER SUPPLIES; PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS; INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION; RUSSIAN SPACE PROGRAM; SOLAR ARRAYS; UPGRADING; ACCELERATED LIFE TESTS
|Exposure History of Lunar Meteorites Queen Alexandra Range 93069 and 94269 - Nishiizumi, K.|
Cosmic-ray produced C-14 (t(sub 1/2) = 5730 years), 36Cl (3.01 x 10(exp 5 years), Al-26 (7.05 x 10(exp 5 years), and Be-10 (1.5 x 10(exp 6 years) in the recently discovered lunar meteorites Queen Alexandra Range 93069 (QUE 93069) and 94269 (QUE 94269) were measured by accelerator mass spectrometry. The abundance pattern of these four cosmogenic radionuclides and of noble gases indicates QUE 93069 and QUE 94269 were a paired fall and were exposed to cosmic rays near the surface of the Moon for at...
Keywords: BLOOD PUMPS; INTEGRATED CIRCUITS; MICROCOMPUTERS; ROTOR BLADES; BLOOD FLOW; MAGNETS; IMPELLERS; ROTORS; DIFFUSERS; AXIAL FLOW; HEMOLYSIS; PATENTS; HOUSINGS; BEARINGS
|Xenon Treatment Protects Against Cold Ischemia Associated Delayed Graft Function and Prolongs Graft Survival in Rats. (Volume 13) - Zhao, H|
This article is from American Journal of Transplantation, volume 13.AbstractProlonged hypothermic storage causes ischemia-reperfusion injury (IRI) in the renal graft, which is considered to contribute to the occurrence of the delayed graft function (DGF) and chronic graft failure. Strategies are required to protect the graft and to prolong renal graft survival. We demonstrated that xenon exposure to human proximal tubular cells (HK-2) led to activation of range of protective proteins...
|Simulations of Terrestrial in-situ Cosmogenic-Nuclide Production - Reedy, R. C.|
Targets of silicon and silicon dioxide were irradiated with spallation neutrons to simulate the production of long-lived radionuclides in the surface of the Earth. Gamma-ray spectroscopy was used to measure Be-7 and Na-22, and accelerator mass spectrometry was used to measure Be-10, C-14, and Al-26. The measured ratios of these nuclides are compared with calculated ratios and with ratios from other simulations and agree well with ratios inferred from terrestrial samples.
Keywords: IMAGE PROCESSING; ALGORITHMS; AUTONOMY; MARS SURFACE; VISUAL TASKS; POSITION (LOCATION); EYE MOVEMENTS; ANALOGIES
|Noticia da mythologia - T., A. J., [from old catalog] tr|
Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Mythology, Classical